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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: N-Vector   (2000)
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Publisher: WildStorm (DC Comics)

Publication Date: August 2000 - November 2000

Country: United States

Language: English

Notes:
Another odd little Deep Space Nine miniseries from Wildstorm. Some fans call this the very first story ever printed in any medium that was a part of the relaunch of Deep Space Nine. And they're right. Others call it merely the first thing in print that (on the ST timeline) post-dated the end of the series. And they're right, too.

The sticking point on how to view this title has to do with the novel duology Avatar. That's unambiguously the start of the Pocket Books relaunch of DS9. It also post-dates this series by about a year. Clearly, Avatar couldn't have been considered by the writers of N-Vector. But luckly, the story line of N-Vector doesn't really overlap with Avatar, so it's possible for both to exist, and for this to be considered an (inconsequential) part of the so-called "Season 8".

Make sense? No? Well, it's a Ferengi story. And if that doesn't clear things up, obviously you're not a fan of Deep Space Nine.

Number of issues cataloged: 4



Issue   Title   Story Arc   Cover Date
4
  N-Vector (Chapter 4)
 
  November 2000
3
  N-Vector (Chapter 3)
 
  October 2000
2
  N-Vector (Chapter 2)
 
  September 2000
1
  N-Vector (Chapter 1)
 
  August 2000







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